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CMS for Samsung Solstice 240 x 320 (400 - soft keyboard)

 
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cam690



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PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 6:56 pm    Post subject: CMS for Samsung Solstice 240 x 320 (400 - soft keyboard) Reply with quote

I adapted a digiblue satelite data cms and a version of MaleSmurf's blue digital cms for my solstice. it works well with exception of the satelite data read from the internal gps unit, im not sure if im doing something wrong or if its just that TB doesnt like the unit itself, i have my gps internals set to tracking, cold start enabled and my fix times are 1 and 1. i would really love to be able to read my snr list and see how many satelites im tracking... right now it tells me im reading 1 and my fix level is 2, which is funny because it takes 4 satelites to make a true position lol.... if anyone has any ideas please let me know... ill attach what ive been playing with


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 6:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

oh... by the way i use imperial units so if you want to use these for metric, you may have to "tweak" them
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